Mara Train Station Cottage c. 1913

Close to disused railway tracks, our cottage is a modern, home-from-home comfortable self-contained accommodation. During the summer, we rent it on a weekly basis from Saturday to Saturday. We welcome you with a fresh home-made nutty brown loaf, butter, home-made jam, eggs and cream.

The Train Station sleeps 2-4. It has a large deck overlooking the peaceful Shuswap River, valley and mountains. In the off-season, there is a minimum 3-night stay. For more information and rates, click on Accommodation tab above. 



Mara Station on the River B&B

We have two tastefully decorated B&B rooms called the Osprey Room and Eagle Room. Each has a queen-sized bed and an ensuite bathroom. We provide full and sumptuous breakfasts. Bedrooms, sun room eating area and covered deck all overlook the peaceful Shuswap River.
Please see below a typical breakfast including a signature recipe.

 

B&B Sample Menu

Orange juice
Choice of tea (herb or regular) or coffee
Fresh fruit salad
Home-made fresh muffins
Yoghurt
Home-made organic granola or other creals
Toasted home-made nutty brown bread
A variety of cooked breakfasts - and example below

Cheese and Bacon Waffles with Apple Sauce Topping - serves 4

2 cups flour
1 Tbsp sugar
1 Tbsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1 3/4 cups milk
1/3 cup vegetable oil
2 eggs
1 cup aged cheddar cheese (1/4" cubes)
4 slices crisply cooked bacon (chopped)
Apple sauce
Maple syrup

Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Stir together milk, oil and eggs. Gradually add milk mixture to the dry ingredients. Stir until just blended. Add cheese and bacon. Pour batter onto waffle maker.
Serve with apple sauce and maple syrup.


 

 

About Mara Station

Mara Station faces onto the Shuswap River and is just 5 minutes south of Mara Lake. Our scenic setting lies between Shuswap Lakes and Okanagan Valley in the Southern Interior of British Columbia.

Mara Station
15 Rosemond Lake Road
Mara, British Columbia
V0E 2K0
(780) 381-8991

Contact us by email
Your Hosts: John & Mary-Anne Sturkenboom

 

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